New Brighton Music

The music just keeps coming – Here’s this weeks new music round up. When we went to see AK/DK last week, we don’t remember them mentioning that they had a new release out, but it turns out that they do, and according to the release date on iTunes it was out the day of the gig. It’s a track called Lagom and comes backed with a Physics House Band remix:

A few months back we wrote about The Hornblower Brothers, who had caught our eye with a release that came out on a tea bag*. Inevitably, it was only a matter of time before things escalated further. TEEFF, one of the acts formed for the ashes of the brilliant Us Baby Bear Bones, are the first band to go one step further and are putting their new release out on a gold tooth. Well, an enamel tooth painted gold, but nevertheless the bar has been raised. You can preorder the Who Are You Really EP from bandcamp and watch the video for lead track Sun Sets East here

*with a download code included. Obviously.

Rory Indiana play their first headline show in Brighton for nearly a year on 18th March. It’s at The Hope & Ruin, and it’s a launch party for their new single Tough Love:

Is a two track release an EP, or is it just a single? King Bee are in the former camp and have just released their Buzz Cut EP, which sees the title tune coupled with another track called Rapscallion.

The Delta Bell are back with their first material since the release of their debut album back in 2015. Their comeback track is called Money and is out now:

Finally, we’ve already posted about the new Sea Bed single, but when we did they didn’t have the video up, so here the rather classy promo for Pretender:

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